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Memoirs: On the Ciliary Mechanisms and Interrelationships of Lamellibranchs: Latero-frontal Cilia of the Gill Filaments and their Phylogenetic Value
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The composition of the latero-frontal ciliated tracts has been found to be a stable character, and, as it is correlated with other characters, has taxonomic value.
A marine fungus Plectospira dubia n.sp. [Saprolegniaceae], infecting crustacean eggs and small Crustacea
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A marine fungus has been found infecting crustacean eggs and small Crustacea in the Plymouth Laboratory and has the following characteristics: mycelium mostly intra-matrical, coarse, hyphae 50–100µ in diameter.
The ciliary feeding mechanism of the Megathyridae (Brachiopoda), and the growth stages of the lophophore
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An examination of the method of feeding of the Megathyridae was considered desirable, and was made possible in the first instance through the kindness of Paul Bourgis, then, in 1955, on the staff of the Laboratoire Arago, Banyuls-surMer.
Memoirs: On the Ciliary Mechanisms and Interrelationships of Lamellibranchs: Part II: Sorting Devices on the Gills
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It will be evident from the observations recorded in this paper that a preliminary sorting of material on the gills before it is passed on to the palps is far from unusual in Lamellibranchs.
The cyphonautes larvae of the Plymouth area and the metamorphosis of Membranipora membranacea (L.)
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Several cyphonautes larvae (Polyzoa Ectoprocta) have been distinguished and described, but few have been seen to metamorphose, thus Unking the late larva with the adult.
Memoirs: The Ciliary Feeding Mechanism of the Entoproct Polyzoa, and a comparison with that of the Ectoproct Polyzoa
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The behaviour of the lateral cilia of the tentacles of L. crassicauda is described, and it is suggested that they are under the nervous control of the animal.
A NEW SPECIES AND GENUS OF KRAUSSINIDAE (BRACHIOPODA) WITH A NOTE ON FEEDING
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A new species and genus of kraussinid brachiopod from shallow water, Lyttelton, New Zealand, described and figured, characterized by the possession of a schizolophous lophophore in the adult, supported by both divergent lamellae and spicules.
Memoirs: On the Ciliary Mechanisms and Interrelationships of Lamellibranchs: Part III: Types of Lamellibranch Gills and their Food Currents
Seven main types of Lamellibranch gills and their food currents, together with a number of varieties, have been described. These are shown summarily and comprehensively in the composite diagram in
The growth stages of the lophophore of the brachiopods Platidia davidsoni (Eudes Deslongchamps) and P. anomioides (Philippi), with notes on the feeding mechanism
The lophophore of Platidia , as illustrated in most memoirs and text-books, bears little resemblance to its appearance in life, no doubt because such illustrations and the accompanying descriptions
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